The (conservative) future of the International Liberal – Part 1
17 de agosto de 2021

Over the past few years, we have often listened or read that the liberal world order is in peril. Such order is defined in international relations theory as a set of rule-based global relationships founded on political liberalism, open markets, security and cooperation through a complex system of alliances and international and regional institutions, and the promotion of liberal democracy.

Whatever the right definition might be, provided we, Westerners, live (or have lived) under such a paradigm over the past seventy-five years, it is then clear that… (seguir leyendo).

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